Most degree teachers appointed in the Yogi regime, 766 lecturers in government colleges and 2802 selected in non-government colleges in five years
The Yogi government, which has undertaken comprehensive reforms in higher education, enjoys the distinction of making record appointments of lecturers in the last five years in private and government colleges.
Lucknow, The Yogi government, which has undertaken comprehensive reforms in higher education, enjoys the distinction of making record appointments of lecturers in the last five years in private and government colleges.
During this period, more than three-and-a-half thousand teachers have been selected. Also, written examination has been conducted for the vacancies of more than two thousand lecturers.
These teachers will be appointed by August.
At the same time, the appointment of principals in aided colleges has been done after 14 years and in five years, 290 principals were selected. The Yogi government, which is running on the policy of zero tolerance on corruption, has appointed maximum degree teachers in the last five years through a transparent selection process.
From 2017 to 2022, 766 lecturers have been selected in government colleges whereas written examination has been completed for 2002 vacant posts. They will be selected by August. At the same time, 557 lecturers were selected by the SP government (2012-2017) and 487 by the Mayawati government. From 2003 to 2007, only 147 were selected.
The Yogi government has appointed record teachers in non-government (aided) colleges, which is more than three times the number of appointments made during the tenure of the SP-BSP government. In the last five years, 2802 lecturers were selected, while in Akhilesh Yadav (2012 to 2017) this number was zero as not a single teacher was appointed.
Whereas in the BSP government (2007 to 2012), 185 spokespersons were selected and from 2003 to 2007, 797 spokespersons were selected. In the selection of principals, the Yogi government created a record and made 290 appointments. Whereas from 2003 to 2017, not a single principal was selected.